Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries
The Doctrine of the Sin unto Death, Part 1. The believers whose termination is destruction.
Tuesday, January 9, 2001
The reversionistic believer transfers to eternity through maximum divine discipline.
“whose” hon a reference to the reversionistic believer of the previous verse who becomes the enemy of the cross.
to telos – the termination, end, ultimate result, outcome or conclusion.
apoleia that which causes waste, or a destruction which one experiences – refers to the sin unto death.
The believer who dies the sin unto death misses the blessings of God for life, misses living in resurrection life in time, and the blessings beyond ultra-supergrace and then ultra-sanctification for eternity.
The Doctrine of the Sin unto Death.
Point 1. Definition and Description.
Turn to 1JO 5:14
When a person is under the sin unto death, they are under the Judgment of the Supreme Court of Heaven .
pros + plus the accusative of relationship “face to face with death.”
The sin terminating in death is the sin of not executing the spiritual life of the Church-age after years of warnings from the integrity and love of God.
The sin face to face with death is maximum divine discipline from the integrity of God.
Turn to PSA 7:14
Turn to 1JO 5:14
Certain believers in Philippi, PHI 3:18-19.
Certain believers in the church at Laodicea, REV 3:16.
King Saul 1CH 10:13-14 This is occult reversionism resulting in the sin face to face with death.
1CO 11:27-28, 30-31 describes participating in the communion service in a state of perpetual carnality resulting in the sin face to face with death.
King Hezekiah had an evil foreign policy of going to Egypt for help, ISA 30:1-3, Isa 38.
The case of the incestuous Corinthian, 1CO 5:1-10, who recovered, 2CO 7:8-11.
The case of Ananias and Sapphira; Acts 5:1-10.
The case of Hymenaeus and Alexander, 1TI 1:19-20, who also lived in perpetual carnality.